The Autumn 19 collection from Norse Projects has landed. It draws inspiration from the 10th Mountain Division operating during the second world war and the development of skiing as a leisure activity.
As more people gained access to travel throughout the fifties, skiing and the ski resort rose in popularity and the concept of ski-wear on and off-piste gained traction. For decades, skiwear has remained at the forefront of fabric innovation, pushing the boundaries of technical excellence.
Norse Projects’ Autumn 19 collection represents these principles and is supported by the use of weather-tested materials that can stand against the elements, creating an infrastructure for a dependable wardrobe. It also continues the on-going partnership with GORE-TEX on some pieces.
The collection is available online and in-store now.